Responding to popular demands for religious pictures and entering the middle-class artistic taste, the earliest instance of a chromolithographic
picture of the Hindu divinity is, however, 'Saraswati' (Illustration 8) which appeared on the cover of the journal Bharati in July-August 1877.
Jacques Majeur, the chromolithographic
Madonna's face and hands are also covered in protective transparent plastic.
As for Mr Rucinski's bewilderment over a one-boated Carrick chromolithographic
reproduction of Turner's Rockets and Blue Lights having apparently been shown at a lecture given in August 2003 at the Clark: possibly this was one of the forty separate-stage proofs that contributed towards finally making up the Carrick print which I mentioned in the very first footnote to my article.
In support of this claim, a one-boated image of the picture was shown that was said to be Robert Carrick's near-contemporaneous chromolithographic
copy of the painting and to have been supplied to the Clark by the Yale Center for British Art.
This comes in two forms: a chromolithographic
reproduction created by Robert Carrick in 1852 (Fig.
Although the intended appearance of the Sanctuary is known from a chromolithographic
illustration after Willes Maddox in Edmund English's Views of Lansdown Tower (1844) (Fig.